Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
Institutional Mechanisms for Industry Self-Regulation
About the Organizers

Andrew A. King is an Associate Professor of Business at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.
Dr. King holds degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology,the University of California at Berkeley; and Brown University.

Dr. King investigates how firms and industries collaborate to improve industry conditions. The New York Times credited Dr. King's research with changing EPA policy and with encouraging a reorganization of the American Chemistry Council's Responsible Care Program.
Michael Lenox is Associate Professor of Business at the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University. He received his Ph.D. in Technology Management and Policy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and his B.S. and M.Sc. in Systems Engineering from the University of Virginia.

Professor Lenox explores the sourcing of extramural knowledge and its impact on firm innovation. He also explores the prospects for industry self-regulation?both the incentives firms have to self-regulate and the private institutions created by firms to facilitate self-regulation.
Michael Toffel is a postdoc at the Haas School of Business at the University of California at Berkeley, where he received his PhD in Business Administration. His research focuses on industry self-regulation and innovative public policy. He received an MBA and Master's in Environmental Management from Yale University, and BA in Government from Lehigh University. His professional experience includes serving as the Director of Environment, Health and Safety at the Jebsen & Jessen (South East Asia) Group of Companies located throughout Southeast Asia. He has also worked as an environmental management consultant for Arthur Andersen, Arthur D. Little, Xerox Corporation, and Motorola, and has worked on innovation management at Hewlett Packard. His work has been published in journals including California Management Review, Journal of Industrial Ecology, Environmental Science and Technology, Corporate Environmental Strategy, and Business Strategy and the Environment.